101 Top College, University and Scholarship Pages - http://www.college-scholarships.com/100college.htm
A site maintained by the American Educational Guidance Center with a descriptive list of links to major sources of college and scholarship information. The main site has a selection for retrieving college admissions postal and e-mail addresses by state, plus a few links to other financial aid sites. Otherwise, much of the scholarship information on this site is available only by fee.
College Answer: The Planning for College Destination - http://www.collegeanswer.com/index.jsp
Wired Scholar describes itself as "the planning for college destination." It includes sections on preparing, selecting, applying, paying, deciding and financing. Information on how to succeed on admissions tests and a comparison of federal student loan programs is also given.
FAFSA on the Web - http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
Information about federal student aid. An online application is available to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid on the Web (FAFSA). You may complete and transmit this online form electronically.
FedMoney.org - http://www.fedmoney.org/
FedMoney.org is a comprehensive, free, full-text online resource on U.S. federal government student financial aid programs. It provides information about who can apply, how to apply, contact information and more for over 130 government loans and grants. Scholarships, fellowships and traineeships related to education are included.
Financial Aid from the U.S. Dept. of Education - http://studentaid.ed.gov/students/publications/student_guide/index.html
The 'Student Guide' is a comprehensive resource on student financial aid from the U.S. Department of Education that includes information on grants, loans and work-study programs. It describes the programs and tells how to apply for them.
Northwest Dollars for Scholars - http://www.wadollarsforscholars.org/
The mission of the national Dollars for Scholars program is to help provide a college education for anyone who wants one. The Washington Dollars for Scholars is a network of community-based, volunteer-operated scholarship foundations in cities, towns and neighborhoods throughout the State.
Northwest Education Loan Association (NELA) - http://www.nela.net/
The Center for Student Success provides information and assistance on college admissions, financial aid and scholarship search resources.